Seminars

NSW Law Society

The new safe harbour from insolvent trading (section 588GA of the Corporations Act)

Australia has just implemented the most significant insolvency reforms since 1993.

Ben Sewell of Sewell & Kettle Lawyers is giving the seminar for the Newcastle Law Society and University of New Castle Law School:

Licence to trade insolvent: the new safe harbour for directors

  • Introduction to the insolvent trading prohibition
  • What is the new safe harbour and who can advise on it?
  • What are some elements of a restructuring plan for small-to-medium sized enterprises?
  • What are the hurdles to getting safe harbour protection?

 

 

Seminar organiser – Newcastle Law Society

The Newcastle Law Society is a regional law society which represents in excess of 500 solicitors, both in the private and public sectors practising in the Newcastle area.

 

 

Seminar details – CPD Seminar: Tax and Insolvency

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